Turbochargers are one way to get more power out of a smaller engine, but what is a turbocharger and how does a turbo work?
If you’re experiencing any of these seven symptoms of a bad mass air flow sensor, it’s worth taking a look in your engine bay to diagnose the problem.
Over time, the internals of your engine get clogged up with all kinds of nasty stuff. Inside the crankcase, where the oil lives, varnish and tar build up on the … Continue Reading How To Use Sea Foam: Three Ways To A Cleaner Fuel System
To start any conversation of the carburetor vs fuel injection, one has to start at the very beginning of the internal combustion engine. Since the dawn…
Knowing how to replace a fuel filter is technically simple as long as you understand a few things before you start. Here’s a quick look.
Learning how to calculate miles per gallon allows you to better monitor your car’s performance. Here are some tips to guide you in the process.
Diesel is a petroleum-based fuel, derived from the same crude oil as gasoline. When distilled, the lighter fuel becomes gasoline and the heavier fuel is made into diesel. Because diesel is denser than gasoline, it provides more energy, or specifically better fuel economy, per gallon. But it does also have some drawbacks…
It’s easy to tell when your windshield wipers need to be replaced because the evidence is right in front of you. Similarly, a dirty cabin air filter might release unpleasant odors or block air from flowing through the vents. An engine air filter that needs to be replaced, however, isn’t so obvious…
What is a fuel pressure regulator? Essentially, it’s a vital component of your vehicle’s engine management system. Learn why it’s so important.
Surprisingly, the concept of active fuel management has been around for over seven decades, first appearing in the 1940s in WWII for use on military vehicles. These initial experiments helped … Continue Reading What Is Active Fuel Management?